We live and we learn. In swapping out a faulty electrical
outlet yesterday I started throwing circuit breakers until
I thought I had found the one I needed. I then grabbed
my trusty circuit tester and when no light glowed began
the process of changing the outlet.
The combination of a metal electrical box and the belief
that I had cut all power to outlet soon caused me to see
the error of my ways. The resulting spark was bright but
shortlived as my reflexes are still pretty good, the new
outlet is in, and the security light is working again.
After we fixed the electrical problem we heard on TV
news that our president had given a speech concerning
Libya. Once again we missed this part of history in the
making because we have a life and it’s too short to listen
to the nonsense coming out of the Poser in Chief.
We also heard about how our school board is looking
into making cuts in case our Governor doesn’t up the
ante to the schools. As is the case when the budget
gets tight those at the bottom of the pay scale will
be the first to go.
With a drop-out rate that is still high, why not get rid of
administration positions at salaries that would actually
do something to help with the debt. It sure seems like
our schools have too much management and not enough
Comments are always welcome.